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Massachusetts Reports 550 New Coronavirus Cases, 21 Additional Deaths

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Massachusetts Reports 550 New Coronavirus Cases, 21 Additional Deaths

Massachusetts Reports 550 New Coronavirus Cases, 21 Additional Deaths

The total number of confirmed cases in the state is now 139,903 while the total number of deaths is 9,503.


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